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    Communication is the interaction between individuals and is an important skill to use within the Children and Young People's Workforce. The structure of communication is used by passing a message, receiving the message and replying to the message which is an essential and a basic skill of life. There are different types of communication, which are: Verbal Communication and Non-verbal communication. The reasons why people communicate is to express/portray our feelings and needs. We also need to communicate

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    Demonstrative communication is a verbal, nonverbal and non-writing way of communicating between individuals. Communication is the process in which we convey messages or receive them. Verbal communications are mostly spoken. There are a few ways of communication, there is face-to-face, through some media either telephone or even with today’s technology, we have webcasts. The two types of verbal communication are interpersonal and mass communication. Interpersonal communication is with two or more

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    Effective communication in the professional setting is defined as building trust with the client, collecting information, expressing emotion and needs and supporting the client in decision making (Frenkel & Cohen, 2012). Communication connects to prior visits, includes family involvement, personal and professional experiences of the clinician and the patient. Effective communication is an important practice in nursing and other health care professions and aims to provide the best care that is available

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    Professionalism in the workplace is one of the most important concepts to adhere to. According to Sullivan, “Professionalism is the moral understanding among professionals that gives concrete reality to this social contract” (, p.) A positive impression on fellow coworkers and bosses is something to strive for, but it doesn’t end with fellow employees; patients/families are the reason that each of you are there and that you and your coworkers have a job. I believe to be professional in the workplace

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    Communication is a crucial aspect in people’s everyday life. Everything from word choice to personal perception can influence the interactants’ behaviors and styles of communication. Kim’s Contextual Theory of Interethnic Communication depicts the many layers and facets that attribute to the communication between two people belonging to different identities or groups. While there are four layers to Kim’s theory, this paper will focus on the behavioral aspect. Kim’s theory will be analyzed and explained

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    Conversation is defined as an “informal interchange of thoughts, information, etc., by spoken words; oral communication between persons” (“Conversation”). This informal talk gives people the opportunity to open up to others, analyze other’s perspectives, and share ideas and interests. Conversation is an intimate experience that initiates bonds between all who are involved. These bonds unite people, creating a sense of community. A community is described as a group of people that live in the same

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    The movie ordinary people used many concepts that we have covered in class, the 3 related concepts are, Managing interpersonal conflicts, nonverbal communication, and language a barrier and bridge. In this movie tragedy had struck this family extremely hard, and it blew everything apart. There were arguments, depression, sadness, loneliness, and many more. Conrad seemed to be one of the most distraught from the event where his older brother had died from an accident. He had lost his only sibling

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    Politeness is considered as particular ways of performoing the language in a way that is socially appropriate with a great focus on interaction in everyday communication toward other people. Curse (2000) suggests that “ politeness is concerned as linguistic behavior, in which minimize the negative effects of what one says on the feeling of others and maximizing the positive effects, known as negative politeness and positive politeness. Politeness is known as the ability used by the speaker to respect

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    Genuine dialogue (Buber): Defined: • “In genuine dialogue the turning to the partner takes place in all truth, that is, it is a turning of the being” (Stewart, 75). This is when true connection takes place in conversation. You are not merely speaking to each other, but creating a deep connection. • Genuine dialogue the turning to the partner takes place in all truth, that is, it is a turning of the being (Stewart, 75). • Everyone who takes part in it must being himself into it. And that also means

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    Communication the act of sending and receiving information by verbal and nonverbal means to express or exchange ones thoughts, ideas or feelings to someone else according Webster’s dictionary. Communicating can be either verbal using the medium of face to face, radio, television and other media, or nonverbal using the medium of body language, gestures and even our dress codes. Interpersonal Communication, the act of giving and collecting data, influencing the act and behavior of others, forming concepts

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